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Radiation and species limits in the Asian Pallas’s warbler complex (Phylloscopus proregulus s.l.)*
Pallas’s Warbler (Phylloscopus proregulus) of the Eastern Palaearctic (Siberia, China, Himalayas) resolves into a complex of four closely related but distinct allospecies forming a superspecies, P.Expand
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The great tit (Parus major) — a misclassified ring species
The great tit (Parus major) has been considered to be the most typical example of an avian ring species. The terminal taxa of the ring (major and minor sectors) are supposed to be reproductivelyExpand
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Towards an ornithology of the Himalayas
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Systematic notes on Asian birds. 49. A preliminary review of the Aegithalidae, Remizidae and Paridae
Proposed recent taxonomic changes in Paridae, Aegithalidae, and Remizidae are reviewed within the geographic scope of this series and their reliability is discussed in terms of the Biological SpeciesExpand
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Certhia tianquanensis Li, a treecreeper with relict distribution in Sichuan, China
Certhia tianquanensis Li, 1995, is characterised as a distinct species and is combined withC. discolor in the superspeciesC. [discolor]. This probably relict species occupies an extremely smallExpand
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Chemistry of the uropygial gland secretion of Hume’s ground jay Pseudopodoces humilis and its taxonomic implications
Hume’s ground jay (Pseudopodoces humilis), a species living in the high altitude steppes of the Qinghai-Tibet-Plateau (China), was traditionally thought to be a ground jay related to the genusExpand
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